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William J. Warning II, M.D.

Program Director, Family Medicine Residency Program

Clinical Assistant Professor, Temple University School of Medicine

Medical Education:
Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, PA

Residency Training:
Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster, PA

Graduate Education:
Certificate of Medical Management, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA

Board Certification:
Family Medicine
Certificate of Added Qualification, Sports Medicine
Fellow, American Academy of Family Physicians

Special Interests:
Preventive Medicine and Wellness Programs
Office Procedures, Sports Medicine
Role of the Physician Executive
Gardening, Jogging, Cross-Country Skiing
My Wonderful Family

Personal Statement:
The teaching of medicine has been a professional goal of mine since my college days at Bucknell University. After a solid medical education at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, PA, and diverse training in the Family Practice Residency Program in Lancaster, PA, I set off for private practice. My goal was to experience the "real life" practice environment prior to starting a teaching career.

My journey took me to rural North Carolina where I joined an experienced family physician in private practice. The fulfillment of providing quality and comprehensive medical care in a rural area was tremendous. We used all the tools of our trade on a daily basis, and we were frequently required to produce new tools to meet the needs of our patient population. While building a busy private practice, I was presented with a new challenge ... running a successful business. I greatly enjoyed the "business side" of medicine. I found that my roles as a businessman and a physician could be aligned in a way to promote the overall quality of patient care.

After several years of stretching our Northeast roots, my family and I decided to move back to the Philadelphia area. I knew that most private practices would eventually align with a "big brother" so I took the opportunity to join one of the first established primary care networks in the region, the Crozer-Keystone Health System. As the System rapidly grew and managed care penetration increased, I became more involved in the System's management. I greatly enjoy working at a "system level" in educating the businessmen and general public about the value and worth of family practice.

The most recent leg of my journey has brought me to the Crozer-Keystone Family Practice Residency Program. I feel honored to be a part of such a dynamic, progressive program and know that I now have the "tools" to effectively teach the trade of family practice. My professional interests include medical management, practice management, medical student teaching, sports medicine, and preventive medicine. I have found that the combination of an open-minded faculty, high-quality residents, a devoted staff, and the state-of-the-art Medical Informatics System has been the ingredients of success and will keep our residency program on the cutting edge into the twenty-first century.

My personal life can be summed up in one word ... FAMILY. My wife, Jennifer, and I are the proud parents of two beautiful daughters, Emily (born 3/90) and Kacy (born 3/92). I strive to play a huge part in my girls' lives (though putting on nail polish is still difficult!), and I am proud to say that my family is the most important thing in my life. At home, I am often found in my organic vegetable garden, attending to our perennials and herbs, jogging, or throwing verbal assaults at my computer. Please feel free to visit us during harvest season and you won't leave empty-handed.

Vicky Borgia, M.D.

Director of Obstetrics & Women’s Health, Family Medicine Residency Program

Medical Education:
State University of New York University Health Science Center, Brooklyn, NY

Residency Training:
University of California San Francisco - Sutter Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency Program. Santa Rosa, CA

Board Certification:
Family Medicine

Special Interests:
Women’s Health
Family Centered Maternity care
Integrative/functional medicine
Underserved Community Medicine
Culturally competent healthcare
Medical sociology
Baseball
Family (partner, 2 boys)

Christine Donohue-Henry, M.D.

Medical Director, Crozer-Keystone Center for Family Health

Chair, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Crozer-Keystone Health System 

Medical Education:
Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington, DC

Residency Training:
Christiana Care Community and Family Medicine Residency, Wilmington, DE

Board Certification:
Family Medicine

Special Interests:
Chronic Disease Management
Quality Improvement in Medicine
Practice Management
Underserved Medicine
Running
Yoga
Reading Fiction

Personal Statement:
I attended Georgetown for medical school on a National Health Service Corps scholarship. After my residency training at Christiana Care, I was lucky enough to be assigned to Westside Family Healthcare in Delaware for completion of my NHSC commitment. Westside is a Federally Qualified Health Center with four locations in northern Delaware, serving a diverse population of low income patients. What initially began as a short term placement became a vocation for almost 11 years. Over the course of my time at Westside, I learned a tremendous amount of clinical medicine, cultural insight and practice management. After two years as a staff physician, I became the Chief Medical Officer at the health center. This introduced me to the business of medicine and clinical quality improvement. As the years went on, my time devoted to clinical practice became smaller and I worked primarily as a health administrator. Though this was challenging, I missed the daily interaction with patients and the small feelings of accomplishment that I felt as a clinician, decreasing an A1c to 6% or making a complex diagnosis.

It was always my dream to work as a faculty member in a Family Medicine Residency program. I was so fortunate to change my career mid-stream and join the team here at Crozer in February 2009. During my interview process, I was immediately struck by the warmth, camaraderie, professionalism and quality of the other faculty members and residents. Since joining the program, this initial impression has been reinforced through my daily interactions with staff. I am so excited to be working with such a dynamic group of dedicated people.

As the Medical Director of the Springfield office, I am responsible for the day-to-day clinical operations at the primary site for outpatient residency training. We work with a talented office staff that includes a diabetes case manager, medical assistants, front desk receptionists, and medical records clerks. We function as a team to be sure our patients' needs are met in a timely manner, while encouraging a supportive teaching environment. Residents are encouraged to participate in performance improvement projects within the office and have an opportunity to contribute ideas to improve quality and efficiency in monthly Business Meetings.

On a personal note, I am interested in many aspects of clinical medicine, especially chronic disease management and pediatrics. Ask me about our diabetes initiative and you will get an enthusiastic response. When outside of work, I most enjoy spending time with my family - husband Steve, son Jack (3/02), daughter Rose (3/04), twins Ryan and Sean (3/06) and Declan (7/11). I love to run, though am most limited by time these days. I aspire to be Kathy Hill, but I have a long way to go. I also enjoy yoga and reading fiction, and I will jump at the chance to head to the Jersey shore at any time of year.

Barry Jacobs, Psy.D.

Director of Behavioral Science, Family Medicine Residency Program

Clinical Assistant Professor, Temple University School of Medicine

Graduate Education:
Hahnemann University, Philadelphia, PA
Widener University, Chester, PA

Special Interests:
Family Dynamics
Community Medicine
Author, The Emotional Survival Guide for Caregivers
Writing/Editing
Basketball

Personal Statement:
I am the Associate Director of Behavioral Sciences at Crozer-Keystone Family Practice Residency Program -- which is a fancy way of saying that I help teach the residents the behavioral aspects of family practice. This includes two general areas -- increasing proficiency in diagnosing and treating mental health disorders; and helping the residents assist patients in making lifestyle changes which will impact their health, e.g., weight loss, smoking cessation. There are several means by which I attempt to convey these skills -- through precepting, presenting lectures and workshops, meeting each resident for a half-hour, case-focused tutorial each week, and collaborating together on cases (either coordinating our respective therapies or co-counseling).

I'm a clinical psychologist and family therapist by training. My clinical specialties include helping families adjust to traumatic and chronic illness, working with the neurologically impaired, as well as general individual, couples and family therapy. In addition to fulfilling my teaching duties, I do approximately eight hours of psychotherapy a week at The Center for Family Health (often treating those patients whom the residents have referred to me), and also work as a consultant at a subacute rehab unit and a senior partial psychiatric hospitalization program housed elsewhere in the Crozer-Keystone system. Prior to working in family medicine, I worked for many years in physical medicine rehab -- thus my interest in families and medical crisis. Prior to that, in the dark ages before graduate school, I was a magazine journalist and editor (for, among other publications, The Village Voice). I am always seeking to combine my psychology and writing interests. Currently I am working on a book for Basic Books on couples and illness. I am also on the Advisory Editorial Board of The Journal of Families, Systems & Health, for which I write a narrative column.

I went to college at Brown University ('80) and received my doctorate in clinical psychology from Hahnemann University ('90). I'm married to Julie Mayer, a psychologist, and have two young children, Monica (born in 1992) and Aaron (born in 1995). I have great empathy for those residents who also have young kids. The balancing act between career and family is excruciating.

I used to play basketball avidly and am still a rabid fan. I have eschewed my concrete-jungle New York City upbringing to become a lover of hiking and bird watching. Once upon a time, I was deeply into rock ‘n’ roll. Ask me anything about the late-’70s new wave scene.

Deborah R. Longo-Malloy, D.O.

Clinical Assistant Professor, Temple University School of Medicine

Director of Aesthetic Medicine, Family Medicine Residency Program

Program Director, Traditional Rotating Internship

Medical Education:
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Philadelphia, PA

Residency Training:
Mercy Catholic Medical Center, Darby, PA
Crozer-Keystone Family Medicine Residency Program, Springfield, PA

Board Certification:
Family Medicine

Special Interests:
Aesthetic and Cosmetic Medicine Office Procedures
Women's Health and Preventive Medicine
Pediatrics
Family
Tennis/Running/Cycling

Personal Statement:
As a physician, I feel that one of my primary responsibilities is to be a patient educator. Using terminology that is appropriate to each patient’s needs is one of the ways by which I can achieve this goal. I also try to encourage patients to become self-educated about their health, illnesses and medical conditions. Building a long-term patient-doctor relationship is of the utmost importance to me. By carefully listening to the needs, questions and concerns of my patients, I hope to inspire trust, confidence and a good rapport.

One of my main focuses is the role of preventive medicine to achieve wellness. I often work with other specialists in order to improve the overall care and health of my patients and to keep them on the road to optimum health. I emphasize the importance of exercise for getting and staying fit, and I share personal anecdotes to inspire and encourage them. Specifically, I tell patients of my avid participation in tennis and running, not to mention caring for my three children and staffing their school health office. I am particularly interested in women’s health and pediatrics.

Leon McCrea, M.D., MPH

Associate Program Director, Family Medicine Residency Program

Medical Education:
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Residency Education:
Crozer-Keystone Family Medicine Residency Program, Springfield, PA

Graduate Education:
MPH, University of Pittsburgh, PA

Board Certification:
Family Medicine

Special Interests:
Medical Student Education
Men’s Health
Women’s Health
Inpatient Medicine
Clinical Research
Spending Time with Family
Sports

Genevieve Minick, M.D.

Clerkship Director, Medical Student Rotations

Medical Education:
Hahnemann School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA

Residency Education:
Crozer-Keystone Family Medicine Residency Program, Springfield, PA

Fellowship Training:
Faculty Development, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC

Board Certification:
Family Medicine

Sarah Morchen, M.D.

Assistant Director, Family Medicine Residency Program

Medical Education:
UMDNJ Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in Camden, NJ

Residency Education:
The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University Family Medicine Residency, Providence, RI

Fellowship Training:
Faculty Development, The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, Providence, RI

Board Certification:
Family Medicine

Special Interests:
Preventative Medicine
Women’s Health
Underserved Medicine
Nutrition/Fitness
Cooking
Reading

Letitia O'Kicki, M.D.

Letita O'Kicki, M.D.

Lead Physician, ChesPenn Center for Family Health, Upper Darby

Medical Education:
Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA

Residency Education:
Temple University, Family Practice, Philadelphia, PA

Graduate Education:
Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA

Special Interests:
Public Health Medicine
Community Medicine

Peter Warrington, D.O.

Director of Geriatrics, Family Medicine Residency Program

Medical Education:
Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, Kirksville, MO

Residency Training:
Rotating Internship, Detroit Osteopathic Hospital,Detroit, MI
Family Medicine, Bon Secours Hospital, Grosse Point, MI
Obstetrics/Gynecology, Lehigh Valley Hospital Center, Allentown, PA

Fellowship Training:
Resident Teaching, Michigan State University, Lansing, MI
Clinical Genetics, Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, VA
Geriatric Medicine, Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster, PA

Board Certification:
Family Medicine
Geriatric Medicine
OB/GYN

Special Interests:
Geriatrics
Women's Healthcare
Health Education
Bass Guitar
Family (Wife and 3 children)

Tom Yuen, M.D.

Director, Inpatient Medicine, Family Medicine Residency Program

Medical Education:
UMDNJ Robert Wood Johnson Medical School 

Residency Education:
Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program

Board Certification:
Family Medicine

Special Interests:
Underserved Medicine

International Medicine

Preventative Medicine

Residency Teaching

Patient Education

Steven J. Collina, M.D.

Assistant Director, Family Medicine Residency Program

Director, Sports Medicine Fellowship

Medical Education:
University of South Florida College of Medicine, Tampa, FL

Residency Training:
Family Medicine, UPMC Shadyside Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA

Fellowship Training:
Sports Medicine, UPMC Shadyside Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA

Board Certification:
Family Medicine
Certificate of Added Qualification, Sports Medicine

Special Interests:
Mountain Biking
Computers

Personal Statement:
The road to medicine has not been without curves. I was born in Easton, Pennsylvania in 1967. No one in my family had been a physician nor was even in healthcare. I always had an interest in science and received my B.S. in biochemistry from Florida State University in 1990. I worked for three years doing drug research and decided to attend medical school in hopes of furthering my career in research. During my fourth year of medical school at The University of South Florida I had a rotation in primary care sports medicine and realized what I wanted to do with my life. I found the model of treating everyone as an athlete was very powerful.

I searched for a residency with a sports medicine fellowship which took me to Shadyside Hospital in Pittsburgh. I stayed on to do a sports medicine fellowship which included a faculty development fellowship. As a senior resident and fellow, I was given many opportunities to teach and realized how much I enjoyed it. During my fellowship I met Brian Shiple, D.O. the director of sports medicine at Crozer-Keystone Family Practice Residency Program at several sports events and conferences. My wife and I wanted to get back to eastern Pennsylvania so when he offered me the assistant director’s position we were very excited. I am the team physician for Ridley high school, assistant medical director for the Keystone State Games and will provide coverage for the Summer X Games in Philly this year. I am new to the residency and fellowship, but it did not take long to feel the enthusiasm for teaching here.

Our first child was born two years ago, her name is Elise. We’re expecting our second child in November and we are very excited once again. In between family time and time spent on the sidelines I enjoy mountain biking and working on our house. In general I am not much of a spectator but Florida State football is a big exception. GO NOLES!!!

David Webner, M.D.

Co-Director, Sports Medicine Fellowship Program

Medical Education:
Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv, Israel

Residency Training:
Family Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

Fellowship Training:
Sports Medicine, Crozer-Keystone Health System, Springfield, PA

Board Certification:
Family Medicine
Certificate of Added Qualification, Sports Medicine

Special Interests:
Sports Medicine
Stress Fracture Management
Marathon Running
Basketball
Family

Cristy McHugh, M.S.

Cristy McHugh, M.S.Residency Coordinator, Family Medicine Residency Program

Education:
Bachelors of Artis, Sociology
Alma College, Alma, MI

Graduate Education:
Master of Science, Administration of Human Services
Chestnut Hill College, Philadelphia, PA

Responsibilities:
Recruitment
Student Medical Education
Residency Orientation

Special Interests:
Gardening
Kayaking
Stamping
Reading Fiction

Maureen Antonelli

Administrative Assistant, Family Medicine Residency Program

Education:
Delaware County Community College

Responsibilities:
Resident Rotations
Resident Evaluations
Resident Schedules

Special Interests:
Photography
Scrapbooking
Family
Husband and two children

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